Jake Bowen scored four touchdowns as Bridgeport held off a challenge from Liberty, 28-14.
Class A No. 8 Williamstown used a strong second half to upend No. 2 Magnolia.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The WVMetroNews staff submits its Week 1 college football picks: West Virginia (-9.5) vs. Tennessee Washington vs. Auburn (-2.5) Virginia Tech at Florida State (-7) Michigan at Notre Dame (-1) Miami (-3) vs. LSU Louisville vs. Alabama (-24) FAU at Oklahoma (-21) Marshall at Miami, Ohio (-1.5) Hoppy Kercheval West
PREVIEW: No. 17 West Virginia has coaching continuity and quarterback certainty, two things Tennessee lacks.
According to the company, an agreement was reached Aug. 28
The project includes repairing or replacing 25 bridges as well as paving on the Interstate 70 corridor.
Bridgeport's Miranda Lang was officially crowned the 40th Queen Regina Maria on the steps of the Harrison County Courthouse Friday as the coronation kicked off a weekend full of Italian traditions and celebrations.
Doty purchased equipment with school money and sold it.
— By Sean Manning, The Dominion Post CHARLOTTE, N.C. — David Long was close to the hip of West Virginia defensive coordinator Tony Gibson on the FedExField sideline last season when the Mountaineers opened their season against Virginia Tech. Unfortunately for Long, it wasn’t in full uniform: No pads or cleats, just a towel wrapped
Jeremy Allen White was arrested on a warrant for two stolen vehicles on the campus of Fairmont State University.
46 percent favor Manchin in U.S. Senate race, while 38 percent prefer Morrisey and 16 percent aren't sure.
The leaders of the three educators' teachers unions issued a joint statement in support of Manchin.
Senate president says he won't predict what may happen with retired justice.
Marshall makes the short trip to Miami (Ohio) for their season opener Saturday afternoon.
Police found cocaine, heroin, drug paraphernalia that would enable use and packaging for those drugs in a parked vehicle
A Logan County man was killed on Thursday night.
That fourth-and-14 play will live in Tennessee infamy, but even three years later, playing at another school, Will Grier can’t help but glow at the fourth quarter’s retelling.
The Maroon Knights of Wheeling Central Catholic have posted back-to-back shutouts to open the season.
Don Blankenship is persistent. The former Massey Energy CEO ran unsuccessfully for the Republican nomination to the U.S. Senate. However, even being in the race and finishing third was remarkable considering he was fresh off a one-year prison term after a conviction for conspiracy to commit mine safety violations as a result of the investigation
Will Grier tries to back up the hype, Dylan Tonkery tries to man the Mike and WVU running backs try to sort things out.